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Answered 2012-10-03 09:37:27

You can burn up to 500 calories each hour you play Basketball.

However, you lose calories when your body is recovering as well; about another 50 calories.

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You burn about 3,000 calories playing basketball for 9 hours. Make sure you eat a lot, especially a variety of healthy foods!


depending on how intense the game is, you can burn upto 200 calories-- you also burn calories during recovery .


You can loose up to 500 calories each hour playing basketball.


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I don't know but that is a good question


Depending on the intensity of your game, anywhere from 600-700 calories/hr.


18 holes=920 calories for a 2 hour round.


It depends on what you are doing. Playing an intense sport or working out hard can burn a few hundred calories per hour.


Right it is basic, you don't burn any. Basketball is a great sport but you can die from it, you're going for a slam dunk and then you hit you're head on the hoop...


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